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  1. #21
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    Well, I am much more confused now! :P

    I just want to burn some audio CDs. All the front ends I have tried have that option, but I am still not able to do it. In KONCD, it starts converting the mp3's and right away gives an error 2. In eroaster, it pulls up the convert dialog box and just sits there, doesnt do anything. In CDBAKEOVEN, it will convert, seemingly, then fails when trying to burn.

    I am sure one of you guys must have burned an audio cd before?

    Thanks.

  2. #22
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    Re:Burn a CD

    Well, I found a program that let me burn an audio CD. It is called XMP3Burn, available at...http://Perso.wanadoo.es/ja_recio/xmp3burn

    I burned 2 CDs so far, but it is quite buggy, or at least is on my system. I still want to get eroaster, etc to work.

    How come I cant mount an audio CD on my CD drive? It says it cant recognize the file system?

    Thanks.

  3. #23
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    Whoo hoo, even better news. I upgraded to a newer version of eroaster and it converted the mp3s and burned the CD perfectly.

    ;D :P ;D

  4. #24

    Re:Burn a CD

    cool

    you don't need to mount audio cds to play or rip them
    as it said, tyhey don't really have a filesystem
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  5. #25
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    Well, after it seemed to finish burning it, I wanted to see for sure that it actually did so I popped it in my CD drive but couldnt pull anything up.

  6. #26

    Re:Burn a CD

    put it in your stereo
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  7. #27
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    I did. Is there no way to listen in Linux?

  8. #28

    Re:Burn a CD

    linux has a few cd players
    check your menu somewhere..... i don't actually use them
    xmms also has a cd player plugin. go intot he prefs and click on it (in input plugins) make sure the 'activate plygin' box is ticked and configure it to your cd drive.
    then go load >dir and choose the mount point (eg /mnt/cdrom)
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  9. #29
    mugs
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    Re:Burn a CD

    My last question was misleading. What I meant was I was trying to just look at the CD to see if the tracks were actually there, but like I said, the CD wouldnt mount. Not comparing, but in Windows you can look at the CD to see.

    Anyway, the burning worked and I am very happy!

  10. #30

    Re:Burn a CD

    yeah, but windows is weird
    put the cd in the drive and load the cd player
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

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